Master/PhD positions available at Visual Computing and Multimedia Division

Prof. Uhl is hiring students for Master theses as well as PhD positions at our department. In the context of the EU-funded project "Horizon 2020" and in cooperation with the University of Reading, UK the "Pervasive and User Focused Biometrics Border Project" will provide various positions in the field of Image and Signal Processing: up to 40h/week Master positions and subsequent PhD positions seperate Master positions The topics covered in Salzburg mostly consist of:

  • vein matching
  • thermal face recognition
  • mobile biometrics
  • security/privacy in biometrics

Deep understanding and interest in the topics above are required. Using the EU-funded Marie-Curie project, study visits over a period of several months are also possible. Some of the locations which might be of interest include: Singapur, Hong Kong, New Jersey, Michigan State Univ., IITD Delhi, CASIA Peking, State Univ. de Campinas (Brazil).

If you are interested, please contact Prof. Uhl (uhl@cosy.sbg.ac.at) as soon as possible.

 

Student Assistant

The Department of Computer Sciences of the University of Salzburg invites applications for the position of a Student Assistant in the area of Public Relations.

It is a student's job during the semester of 10 hours per week. That means you have to be a student at our department. Your office hours are very flexible regarding your courses!

Start: 1st of March 2016 (until the 31st of January 2016)

Applications have to be send as soon as possible by eMail to:

  • uhl(at)cosy.sbg.ac.at
  • cc: helma.schoendorfer(at)sbg.ac.at

Student Assistants

The Department of Computer Sciences of the University of Salzburg invites applications for the position of 2 to 3 Student Assistants in the area of Public Relations.

It is a student's job during the semester varying 10 to 20 hours per week. That means you have to be a student at our department. Your office hours are very flexible regarding your courses!

Start: 1st of October 2015 (until the 31st of August 2015)

Applications have to be send as soon as possible by eMail to:

  • uhl(at)cosy.sbg.ac.at
  • cc: helma.schoendorfer(at)sbg.ac.at

 

Job description (PDF)

Senior Scientist

The Department of Computer Sciences of the University of Salzburg invites applications for the position of Senior Scientist in the area of high performance computing. It is a permanent full-time position starting in March 2015.

Areas of responsibility:

Scientific support of the Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC), research in the area of high performance computing, interdisciplinary collaboration with users of the cluster, adviser to the board of the CHPC concerning hard- and software acquisition, teaching activities in the Bachelor and / or Master program of the Department of Computer Sciences (primarily in the area of HPC), involvement in the acquisition of third-party funding.

General requirements:

PhD or equivalent in Computer Science, Mathematics, or Physics; experience in the support of HPC systems.

Preferred additional qualifications:

Experience in the acquisition of third-party funding, publication record in HPC, experience in collaboration with natural scientists and / or engineers.

 

The application deadline is November 26, 2014. The official announcement including all the details as well as the procedure for applications can be found on the official webpage of the University of Salzburg under:

online.uni-salzburg.at/plus_online/wbMitteilungsblaetter.display?pNr=911290

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